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What is called by Calliopes name today?

Funny, I am working on the "Amazing Quest" paper, too. Anyways, a Calliope or Calliaphone is a musical instrument played by sending (now) gas or compressed air through large l (MORE)

Calliope muse did she have children?

According to a few internet resources, it's said that Calliope, the Muse of Epic Poetry, had many children, all with different lovers... Her children are Orpheus, Carybantes, (MORE)

Why is a rondo music a rondo music?

A rondo is usually an old-fashioned piece of music. It is a piece of a larger work, such as a sonata or suite, and its musical form is usually ABABA, ABACA, or ABACABA. It can (MORE)
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What is musical?

"Musical" in its adjective sense means something is formed in a way that resembles or is music; It usually has (but not always all of:) tempo, pitch changes, volume dynamics, (MORE)

What does music do?

Music can awaken emotions in people and occasionally animals. It  can make them feel energetic, sad, happy, or bring out the feeling  that the person happens to be feeling a (MORE)

How do you use calliope in a sentence?

The sound of the calliope brought me to the carnival. The classical Merry-Go-Rounds have a calliope. If only I had learned to play the calliope.
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Is baroque music classical music?

Answer 1: No it isn't Answer 2: Technically no. Baroque music belongs to its own period, the Baroque period (1600-1760). It was followed by the Classical period (1750-1830). (MORE)

What style of music was in the musical wicked?

Many different types! The composer, Stephen Schwartz, had different sounds and styles for each song. The first song, "No One Mourns The Wicked" was made to sound a bit like "D (MORE)